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with the economy. but immigration and what kind of a country we're going to be going into the 21st century more deeply with china and brazil and india and those competitors we have out there now. young people not being able to get a job. the manufacturing base changing. so i do hope that the president does have a strong concept of where he wants to go and how he wants to get there. look, be he's the first african-american president gets re-elected as an african-american president. those will be more than asterisks in history. now it's about legacy, andrea. it's about what did i accomplish. not just that i was unique as a candidate but would i leave behind for jen rags yet to come -- generations yet to come. >> you spent so much time with the military, the troops in iraq and afghanistan and wars going back. how damaging do you think it is to the morale when two of the most celebrated four-star generals, one is involved because of his acknowledged misconduct, the other peripherally involved, we now believe, because he got an e-mail, turned it over to authorities and now perhaps seen as a witness
the most if we allow the economy to go over the cliff. and i think if nothing is done the economy will go over a cliff. who gets blamed lex they blame the republicans now. the democrats won the election. the voters are not always rational. the way they hand out blame. there's a lot of speculation going on right now at leadership levels in both houses and both parties, with the white house briefing a huge sigh of relief that the polls were all right, but now we are stuck with this for four more years. how do we deal with this? i don't think anybody knows how the lame-duck is really going to work, other than, you know, will be a continuing resolution. will be a kick the can down the road kind of resolution. the question is how many things will be added to the train as it's moving through and what shape will it be, and that's great uncertainty. >> congressman gephardt, as senator bennet just like that, this could get pretty messy even if they come up with some solution that involves duct tape and kleenex but it could get ugly before it is resolved. and doesn't that affect the leverage here f
an islamist problem per se. the other issues the economy is very important. we tend to look at the question and focus on the question of cheri and women's rights which is an important aspect but also the economy is very important. a lot of economic issues and social economic problems that are concealed in economic terms but are fundamentally questions of women's rights and women's empowerment and talking about the problem of the informal sector and a considerable portion of the population that have no labor protection. the biggest people hurting the most from this reality are actually women. it is not exclusively a question of what cheri at --sharia has to offer. whether they have to say about the question of women's rights which is important aspect but not the only aspect. >> their security sector reform mentioned, we could get into that. let's do tunisia and libya and may have some broader observations on this issue because you have been working on egypt and libya as well. or did you have any -- >> in tunisia the issue of women's rights is a large issue. certainly tunisian have prided th
his first press conference after the election, and he would like to focus on the economy, but i think the majority of the journalists will just as more about petraeus and about general allen. the cia had eight directors in the past seven years, and it is bad for the cia, bad for the military, and bad for president obama. >> thanks for that. >> in germany, greenpeace is calling for a fresh start in the search for a long term dump for nuclear waste. >> the environmental group says a new commission should be set up to consider a range of possible sites with maximum input from the public. it says that after years of controversy, the government should give up on the old salt mine that has been the longest running candidate. >> research into weather this underground site is the right place to store nuclear waste started 35 years ago. the protests against it are just as old. greenpeace says it is time to change tack and that the search for a storage site for nuclear waste should start from scratch with greater involvement by ordinary people. >> a permanent storage site can only work if there
cuts to expire given the impact that's predicted on the economy? >> look, one hopes that these warrings factions that we have in washington will reach a compromise before january 1st. >> but david corn says that's virtually impossible. >> i don't understand what's so hard about this because the other thing that bill kristol said is that back when the economy was strong, he referenced 82 to 85 in the reagan administration when marginal tax rates were 50%, the other time the economy was really strong was during the second clinton administration when marginal tax rates were 39.6%. that's what president obama is talking about doing. going back to 39.6%. the economy took off. this should be a no-brainer. you're asking people to pay a little bit more to help out the whole fiscal health of the nation. come on. it's time to -- people have been partying since it's been 1999 for like 25 years. it's time to do this very simple thing. >> martin, i would submit what's so hard about it is january 3rd is still ahead of john boehner. he still has to be reb elected speaker by his own caucus. i think the
of this tailspin the european economy seems to be in? >> first of all, let me express my gratitude for this invitation. i'm very pleased to be here. thank you very much. and good morning, all of you. in europe, several hours seems very important, pleased to resolve. but personally i consider there's a lot of competition between policies. given the history of the euro, single currency, if that's the case, was combination of flexibility one hand, and discipline on the other and. as you combined both, the results are good difficult is that you forget that discipline, you have a problem. you eliminate flexibility. and now the moment is how it's possible to recover growth. i think that growth is a consequence not exactly of the economic cycle. not exactly of automatic decision, is question of good resilience and good policy. and good policy is difficult. bad policies, differences, good and bad economics. must recover in europe at least three key questions. discipline, fiscal discipline to second, to create a financial union, and second, to start a serious agenda over agenda for the futu
destroy the economy but as long as there is obama care. gay marriage and abortion on demand they are going to support the guy no matter what. >> bill: they seem like nice people though. there wasn't -- did you get people giving a hard time? >> no, you actually had people come up and whispered in my ear, hey, by the way, i'm a big fan. like they don't want anybody to know. >> i like the fact that they weren't sirly. it didn't seem like they didn't like you. >> they just won the election. >> bill: goodwill? >> yeah j if they had lost -- now, how extreme was the crowd going to that show? >> well, inside the show, you would have people applauding about jokes about the palin children. that's how extreme it was. you would have people making jokes about white power and mormonism and really vicious, vial hateful things. >> are you comedic license but i think you cross the library and the crowd eight -- ate it up. the crowd is not that intelligence. the guy was talking about how great fema was. everyone is clapping about fema everybody in new york has no power. no food, no water. it's crazy. >> bil
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understand the connections of a complex, global economy. it's just one reason over 75% of our mutual funds beat their 10-year lipper average. t. rowe price. invest with confidence. request a prospectus or summary prospectus with investment information, risks, fees and expenses to read and consider carefully before investing. >> bill: stossel matter segment tonight. a couple weeks ago john stossel was analyzing the fallout from hurricane sandy whereby gas stations jacked up their prices big time. >> price gouging. you probably think it's a terrible thing, right? well, i say what you call gouging is good. >> it season saves lives. hooray for price gouging. i would just call it flexible prices. >> and now stossel being backed up by our old pal com ron paul thinks gouge something good for the premarketplace even in a situation. you are well aware that new jersey has a law against profiteering from disasters, you are well aware of that. and now, obviously, there a bunch of prosecutions in that state because gas stations rise their price a buck a gallon. you say? >> i say people suffer because o
to hurt our economy and make job creation more difficult which is exactly what that plan would do. >> reporter: today the president argued closing loopholes alone won't be enough to cut the deficit. he'll have that argument face to face with wayne or friday. one of the most frequent criticisms we've heard over the past few years from members on both sides if you haven't done enough to reach out and build relationships. are there concrete ways you plan to approach your relationships with congress in the second term? >> look, i think there's no doubt that i can always do better. and i don't exempt myself from needing to do some self- reflection, and see if i can improve our working relationship. there are going to be times where there are fights, and i think those are fights that need to be had. >> reporter: the president warned today that if the two sides don't strike a deal, it could hurt the holiday shopping season and dampen holiday hiring, scott, as people prepare for the possibility that their tax rates will go up on january 1. >> pelley: thanks, nancy. it was all across europ
in the economy. not the state of the economy. not the number of unemployment at how we've been improving over the are, and incumbents usually accounts or something. if you look at this election you can say a little bit of growth matters. a president who was sort of in the middle, 48, 49% job approval rating for much of this year, and about 1.5% growth, we add that with an income, you probably get a winner of 3% and that's what many of the models looked like. a lot of people thought boy, the economy is so bad, a modest change in the economy was what many political scientists predicted would be helpful to the president, not hurting them. three, what's one thing was really wrong about our analysis of the election? here i'm going to take our focus on ohio. i think we people watched the election night and said well, when ohio was called that's when we knew president obama was president. but there was an interesting light on ohio that went on for quite a while, and that was the polls looked much better for mitt romney at the national level before the hurricane really good mitt romney had some narro
and the president act. i'll tell you what falling off that fiscal cliff could mean for you and the greater economy. >>> a massive recall from toyota. millions of cars called in because of a steering problem. what you need to know. >> among our guests today, new york congressman steve israel will be joining us. newt and callista gingrich. author kitty kelley. pennsylvania congressman allyson schwartz. patty murray is with us and director oliver stone. it is wednesday, november 14th. "starting point" begins right now. >> look at me i'm whistling our theme song this morning. you're watching "starting point." the scandal, and it's spreading, is now engulfing two four-star generals. there are some new details about the woman who is at the center of it all. her name is jill kelley. she is described as a tammpy socialite. she first reported she's anonymous harassing e-mails to an fbi agent friend, and that ended up triggering an investigation. those e-mails eventually turned out to be sent by paula broadwell. that would be david petraeus' biographer. and eventually turned out his mistress, as well. we me
inroads into africa's economy. but is the u.s. missing out on an opportunity? a live report from south africa. >>> china's giant weeklong gathering of the communist party ends tonight. they bring together 2,000 delegates around the country to meet in beijing. they meet every five years. president hue hue gin pow. china catching up with the united states which is still number one. it's beating the u.s. when it comes to trade with subsaharan africa which has vast supplies of natural resources. >> reporter: here's a little bit of china in eastern zimbabwe. this is a join venture between the chinese and zimbabweans mining diamonds in the controversial fields where critics claim some of the diamonds funneled to the party, claims the government and mining officials deny. when cnn got exclusive access this year, the chinese welcomed us with lunch and speeches. as well as a tour of the mining operations, eager to show off cooperation and development with their african partners. many like the u.s. government are highly critical of the chinese venture and others across africa. critics argue the
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the house. there's a question that most of us believe it would not be good for our economy to go over the fiscal cliff, that we have to resolve these issues, deal with what is the right tax policy, what is the right spending policy and how do we best grow the economy? i do think we have to stand firm. it's very clear we need new revenue and republicans are saying kind of the right tone but what they're actually saying is still no new revenue. it's got to come from economic growth from tax cuts. it's not a policy that's worked for this country before. it's not a policy we believe will work for this country going forward. we have to get it right. can we get it all done before the end of the year? not so sure about that. but we ought to make some decisions and set ourselves on a path to fiscal reality and fiscal responsibility in a way that makes sure we have a way to bring in new revenue to grow this economy and to protect the government spending that meets obligations to our seniors and to our future. that's a big lift for us to do in a few weeks. >> there's a growing sentiment to thos
, which was the president's belief in the power of government to work well with the economy. >> i think they realized during the campaign thanks to some extent to the advertising we have done on this show and others, they understand that the koch brothers exist and they didn't feel they were in the same tax bracket as those characters. if they're up to something with the tax brackets maybe it's not in my interest and may families. i want this to go on. i wish the campaign was still going on. >>> rick perry became the butt of late night jokes when he suggested texas secede from the union. didn't we go through that with lincoln? three years later others are picking up on that talk again. i don't get these people but they're there and they're part of our wonderful community. the seceders. this is "hardball," the place for politics. hey sis, it's so great to see you. you, too! oh, cloudy glasses. you didn't have to come over! actually, honey, i think i did... oh? you did? whoa, ladies, easy. hi. cascade kitchen counselor. we can help avoid this with cascade complete pacs. over time, the oth
was the president's belief in the power of government to work well with the economy. >> i think they realized during the campaign thanks to some extent to the advertising we have done on this show and other networks, they understand the koch brothers exist, and they didn't feel like they were in the same tax bracket as those characters. if they're up to something with the tax brackets, maybe it's not in my interest and my family's. we have to go. i want this to go on. i wish the campaign was still going on. up next, texas governor rick perry became the butt of late night jokes when he suggested texas secede from the union. didn't we go through that with lincoln? three years later others are picking up on that talk again. i don't get these people, but they're there, and they're part of our wonderful community. the seceders. this is "hardball," the place for politics. into their work, their name on the door, and their heart into their community. small business saturday is a day to show our support. a day to shop at stores owned by our friends and neighbors. and do our part for the businesses that do s
in the highest ranks of the military to the looming fiscal cliff that threatens the american economy. tonight, washington is none too happy about being left out of the loop as the fbi investigates the general petraeus sex scandal. >> it's rather shocking to find out candidly that we weren't briefed. >> it would have been nice to know before we saw it on tv. >> the president was certainly surprised when he was informed about the situation regarding general petraeus on thursday. >> meanwhile, the top general in afghanistan allegedly caught red-handed exchanging flirtatious e-mails of his own with jill kelley. plus the debut of my new cnn colleague, the culinary superstar who will dine on anything, anthony bowurdane is here. joining me is barbara starr and intelligence correspondent, suzanne kelly. welcome back to you both. every night i say right off the top, can any of us get our heads round this and how much more ridiculous can it get, and lo and behold, it gets more ridiculous. barbara starr, let's try and get to what we believe to be the facts behind all the kind of lurid, titillating headl
's gonna care about. i know the economy is tough and i know that the retailers need the sales and all of that but when we lose perspective about what really matters in this world, we have lost everything, i think. >> so let's shop on friday. >> i think so. >> i think you're right. i think so, too. >> unless you don't have a family to celebrate with. but people -- i don't know, are these stores going to pay employees more to work on a holiday? >> i don't know if that is the case. >> a lot of people are out of work, you need the job. it is unfortunate. i really do. >> we are going to talk about a wednesday -- is it wednesday? it is wednesday. >> winesday wednesday. >> talk about a trend. >> this has been around forever though. >> this is a trend and it is peanut birth and pickles. it is national pickle day, in case you didn't know. according to the "new york times," a old favorite it has emerged again. i guess it is the tartness and the tanginess of the pickle coupled with the peanut. >> any given morning, you and i can be found with our peanut butter. every morning we have that guy, th
defies a fragile economy and high unemployment to win the election, telling the american people the best is yet to come. >> appeals from angela merkel to her european partners -- an end to the eurozone debt crisis will require more unity. >> and a parliamentary vote on another round of austerity cuts in greece. >> thanks for joining us. barack obama has won his second term in office as president of the united states, but his celebrations will be short-lived as the multitude of urgent issues on his desk draws him back to work without delay. >> the first order of business will be to negotiate a new budget deal in congress by the end of the year. otherwise, and harsh plan of spending cuts and tax increases are due to go into effect. we will hear more about that later on in the show, but first, a look back at how things play out on election night in the u.s. >> his face said it all -- president barack obama had to fight hard to keep his job in a tough race against his republican challenger, but once the result was clear, his first message to the american people was one of unity. >> it does n
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pressure on president obama this morning as he meets with business leaders about the nation's economy. the federal budget deficit last month was $120 billion, 22% more than a year ago. it's a sign the country is on track for its fifth-straight annual deficit of more than $1 trillion. the u.s. has not had a surplus since 2001. >>> u.s. airways is reportedly pushing for a merger with american airlines. sources tell bloomberg news, the smaller airline presented a detailed plan to american's creditors yesterday. american would rather exit bankruptcy as an independent carrier and will make its case to its creditors today. >>> well, black friday, the day after thanksgiving, is traditionally the kickoff for the holiday shopping season. but it may not be the best day to go shopping. the least crowded days to shop are the monday, tuesday, and wednesday, and thursday after thanksgiving. in two weeks. the latest of the light days of the stores is december 11th. after that, you'll be fighting the crowds and hunting for a parking space. or you can shop online like rob does. >>> there's new evidenc
to accelerate the economy. one of the points i've made is every economist says another one year extension in the payroll tax cut which benefits 160 million working americans does a whole lot more to help the economy than saying folks at the very high end get this bonus tax break. much more impact on the economy which by the way, the social security has made clear does not take one penny out of the social security trust fund. because that puts more money in the pockets of working people who go out and spend it on goods and services in their communities. and at this point where the economy remains fragile, we have to keep that in mind as well. >> we appreciate you coming in to give insight into this. hopefully we can talk to you again. >> i look forward to it. >> representative chris van hallen thank you. >> each year oxford university tracks how the english language is changing and chooses the word that best reflects the mood of the year. can you guess what this year's word is? we'll have the answer for you after the break. >>> and thousands of twilight fans descend on los angeles. they di
and reform difficult. and the economy is going to be critical. i can't emphasize the point enough because one day we point out in the report is the undue influence the ministry of interior has accumulated during mubarak's last decade is in large part a to the need for a strong apparatus that could contain socioeconomic grievances and protest movements that were mobilizing around the grievances by decades of pursuing unsound and nontransparent economic civilization. so if the sponsored government shoes the same line of policies and wants to, if you look on the but mubarak has started in egypt, i think i will only deepen his dependency of the egyptian states on a strong apparatus that could contain unfulfilled demands for social and economic crisis. i think we need to think about it critically and lighted the negotiations between the national monetary fund and egyptian government. >> i'm going to stop you. i hope i didn't go over. >> is fabulous and laying out a detailed summary of the state of play at these issues and doing it in a way that it can highlight a one of the core issues on the pric
, orientation generally, how it affects the economy, but also in the middle east, something that has to be thought about, and there's also the question of the european union which will impact again, not just the economy, but could have impact in terms of what happens in the middle east. we'll reserve questions for the q&a, but i want to focus on a few of the key issues that are most immediate and prominent. in iran, 2013 will be a decisive year. for many people who have memories say, well, gee, there's a lot of people talking about iran for a long time, and every year's supposed to be the decisive year. why this year? for two reasons. one, i think, actually, the impact of sanctions is profound. for the first time, it is truly profound in the case of iran. the supreme leader, two weeks ago, referred to the sanctions of being brutal. his words, the sanctions are brutal. this is someone who has said on an ongoing basis, look, we lived with sanctions since the beginning of the islamic republic. they make us stronger, receive sufficient. there's a long litany describing how the sanctions
at this point. he did send an e-mail to employees back in october and it said this. the economy doesn't currently pose a threat to your job. what does threaten your job, however, is another four years of the same presidential administration. guess what, now he says he never said he was firing anybody if obama got elected and that the media twisted what he meant. carol? >> so strange. >> blame it on the media. aren't we easy targets? >> yeah, but we can take it. we're big girls. alison kosik, thank you. >>> another follow-up to a story we first brought you yesterday kind of about the same -- it is about the same thing. new york franchise owner of several applebee's restaurants who says he may have to issue a hiring freeze to afford the costs associated with obamacare. mike archer says, quote, recent public comments by one of applebee's franchise owners about the possible implications of the obamacare on jobs with his individual company were not the views or opinions of either applebee's or other franchisees. although we respect his right to speak freely as an american. don't rely know
because 535 people can't get along. >> even if we go over for two months, does that dip this economy back into recession? >> i don't think so. >> reporter: interesting take there, wolf. he told me he wants the president to take a very hard line going into these discussions which will begin on friday. few other bits of news for you. when it comes to taxes, taxing the rich corporate taxes, he told me he believes that the wealthy in this country should pay significantly more taxes that 30% capital gains tax double where we are now wouldn't be too high, 50% plus personal income tax wouldn't be too high. also he made an endorsement already for the next president in 2016. it's a woman. he thinks it should be hillary clinton telling me he does not think there is any more qualified candidate out there. already talking about 2016, wolf. >> never too early as far as that is concerned. thanks very much, poppy, for that. we all knew paula broadwell had extraordinary access to david petraeus. but we're now learning more about how and why she was able to look at top secret documents. what's going on? w
: a top ratings agency today warning about the u.s. economy. >> yeah. this is from fitch. one of the companies that tells investors how safe it is to lend money to governments. in a statement, the ratings agency washes the newly reelected u.s. president barack obama will need to quickly secure agreement on avoiding the fiscal cliff and raising the debt ceiling following tuesday's elections. fitch says that without that, and a deal to get the country's finances in order, the company will likely downgrade their u.s. credit rating, shep. >> shepard: it's widely believed they will come up with something for at least the short-term. if they don't, what happens to which parts of the economy? >> well, it's broad-based. and because of it analysts first alert forecast another recession if washington fails to figure this one out. taxes would increase on investors and basically anyone who pays taxes. and especially those who use itemized deductions like interest on their home mortgage. doctors who treat medicare patients would get a significant pay cut and a wide range of companies that
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